Karaism is ancient African theology, dating back to the beginning of recorded history. It was the foundation of ancient African religion and philosophy. Its influence permeates African traditions and cultural history to this day.
Karaism is the ancient theology of Africa that dates back to the beginning of recorded history. It was the foundation of ancient African religion and philosophy and its influence permeates African traditions and cultural history to this day.
The name ‘Kara’ means sun or light, and thus the spiritual Philosophy of Light that defines the ancient spiritual beliefs of Africa became known as Karaism.
Some 14 centuries before the birth of Christ, Karaism took root during the reign of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Thothmoses III, the legendary founder of the great Solar (Kara) Society, which taught the spiritual Philosophy of Light.
In the ancient city of Annu, later known as Heliopolis (City of the Sun) located in the area of present day Cairo in Egypt, Thothmoses III commissioned the building of his famous sun temple, which featured the Khemetic pillars later know as Cleopatra’s needles.
These legendary pillars were inscribed with sacred inscriptions derived from the teachings of the Ancient Ones of Khem, the priesthood of the Horus kings from the land of Khem (in the region of Africa’s Great Lakes) who founded the ancient empires of Ethiopia and Egypt.
Pharaoh Thothmoses III himself was a descendant of the Horus Kings, and he selected as the symbol of his faith the solar cross which combines a cross within a circle and depicts the union of the four polarities of the earth, probably the oldest symbol in the world.